The classic 120 format Diana camera is back, but with a twist — you can unscrew the lens to convert the Diana+ into a superwide pinhole camera. The camera shoots 12x 5.2cm square exposures per roll, 16x 4.2cm square exposures per roll, or in “endless panorama” format with minimal frame spacing in the 4.2cm format.
Long exposure shooters take note, the new Diana has a bulb exposure mode, shutter lock, and a tripod thread. The Lomographic Society has the specs, a history of the Diana, and photos of the amazing Dietrich Collection. You can purchase the camera directly from lomography.com, or it’s also currently in stock at B&H Photo – looks like $50 well spent. Anyone know what the pinhole size is?